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Home support and squad unity can guide Lebanon to Asian Cup qualification, manager Miodrag Radulovic said on the eve of the Cedars' first Group B game against Hong Kong in Beirut Tuesday. Lebanon failed to earn a place in the Asian Cup through World Cup qualification last year but could still punch their ticket to the Finals in the United Arab Emirates in 2019 by finishing in the top two positions of a group that also includes North Korea and Malaysia.Lebanon drew their last four friendlies against Kyrgyzstan, Jordan, Palestine and Equatorial Guinea, scoring just two goals.Ghaddar has scored nine goals in six games since moving to Kelantan FA in the Malaysian Super League last January.Hong Kong lost to Jordan 4-0 in their last friendly leading up to Tuesday's game.Radulovic also believes Lebanon are a relatively young squad and this is their best chance to qualify for the Asian Cup.This won't be Kim Pan-gon's first visit to Lebanon – he played against the team while at South Korea.This is the Cedars' first game of Asian Cup qualifiers.
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